Apparently there are any number of somewhat weird sounding names for a group of rabbits. I think that "herd" is the least strange of them, so I think that's what I'll go with. Plus, it seems that you are supposed to call a group of rabbits a herd if they are the domestic variety and I definitely consider Ms. Rabbit and her compatriots to be domestic. They aren't so much wild animals, if you know what I mean.
So, this herd of rabbits is all boxed up and ready for mailing off. They are being sent to a herd of children, who I hope will like them very much.
This is the first time that I've made patchwork scarves for the rabbits, instead of using felt. I kind of squealed a little bit when I put them on. Out loud. I guess everything is super cute when you put a bit of patchwork around its neck. I should extend this logic to making patchwork scarves for my own little rabbit. Mariam's sixth birthday is just a couple of weeks away and I'm trying to go entirely handmade with her gifts this year. I've already got a couple of really good presents hidden around the house (I told her that I hid them in California so she shouldn't even bother searching for them- I think she believes me) but maybe I should get unlazy about garment-type sewing and make her a scarf or two. Oh, and maybe one of these too.